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i have to create a help file in vs2010
as in vs2008 a help wizard is provided but in vs 2010 i cant do that.
is that possible to create help file and on press of f1 it goes to help page .
and give me idea to do that stuff.
where should i have started to do that?
Posted 28-Jan-13 21:02pm

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Hi,
You can use the Help class in VS2010
Help.ShowHelp(this, @"Q:\help\Myhelp.chm", HelpNavigator.Topic, "BACNet");
OR
<pre lang="c#">
Help.ShowHelp(this, @"Q:\help\Myhelp.chm", HelpNavigator.TopicId, "10001");
</pre>
 
You can add the above code in the Form_KeyUP Event
private void Form1_KeyUp(object sender, KeyEventArgs e)
       {
           if (e.KeyCode == Keys.F1) 
           {
               Help.ShowHelp(this, @"Q:\help\Myhelp.chm", HelpNavigator.Topic, "BACNet");
           }
       }
 
So if, you press F1 key in the form , the help file will be open
 
Best Regards,
Muthuraja
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syedaliaizazuddin at 29-Jan-13 23:31pm
   
could you plz explain more about that ? i want like msdn help . when some one click f1 then my help will be shown . how could i achieve that from above code?
Muthuraja Irullandi at 30-Jan-13 3:37am
   
Hi, Please refer the updated the solution.
syedaliaizazuddin at 30-Jan-13 4:49am
   
this is right but i have two questions 1- how can i write my own help file ? 2- i have a large web application so how could i implement that code in it?

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